IN a GQ article entitled The Untold Story of the Texas Biker Gang Shoot-Out, Cossacks Motorcycle Club, McLennan County chapter president John Wilson tells the writer that the Waco police left bikers wounded by gunfire to die. “Not a single law-enforcement person lifted a finger to help any of the wounded. And they made it pretty clear that they were going to be violent if we tried to take our guys to the ambulance. Three men were bleeding out before our eyes . . .
If those men were still alive 30, 40 minutes after being shot, they could have been saved. A prospect named Trainer from out of Tarrant County chapter was shot. They zip-tied him and laid him on the ground next to a Bandido they had handcuffed. I noticed him jerk a few times, laying there. We were sitting there, 30 feet from him, and weren’t able to help him. About two hours later, somebody walked over, looked at him, and covered him with a yellow sheet.
The article makes it clear – if there’s anyone who remains doubtful – that the Waco police are busy covering-up their role in a firefight that left nine men dead and 20 wounded and put 177 Americans in jail on $1m bond. And left them there. Wilson reckons, as we’ve been suggesting since the story broke, the Waco SWAT team opened fire on the bikers with AR15s.
“Harried handgun fights are usually a pretty inaccurate situation,” says Cossacks chapter president John Wilson. “Head shots happen by mistake, if at all. Someone got lucky. To have that many guys hit with torso shots and head shots—in my experience, I would say that indicates you had trained people with long rifles and optical sights. That’s accurate, aimed fire.”
The coroner’s initial and “final” report didn’t contain any information on the caliber of the bullets that caused the carnage. That information is a huge red flag. Will the truth ever come out? Watch this space.